Jerry Wayne ‘Clorox’ Locklair
Published 7:29 am Tuesday, May 12, 2020
Jerry Wayne “Clorox” Locklair, 69, of Winston-Salem, died on April 29.2020 from complications of pneumonia at Duke Hospital.
“Clo” as his wife called him, was born Jan. 13, 1951 in Forsyth County. He went to Griffith High School and was retired/self-employeed at JWL Concrete.
He had many interest including blacksmithing, hunting, and bowling. He was an advocate for conceal carry, and taught classes so others would be able to obtain their permits
He was preceded in death by: his mother, Maude Lawson Tedder Locklair; a brother, Larry Gene Tedder; and his first wife, Shelby Huckabee Locklair.
Survivors: his wife, Ann Johnson Locklair, her children and his adopted family, Tracy New (Jake), Gary Peak Jr., and Amanda Rothrock; lifelong friends, Mike Dillion and Justin Cornatzer, whom he thought of like a son; and Durham, Ryan and Pamé Gordon and daughter Sami. His special family were there for, and helped care for him when he had a double lung transplant last year.
Memorials: A Storehouse for Jesus 675 Lexington Road, Mocksville; or the Winston-Salem Resucue Mission 418 N. Trade St., Winston-Salem 27101.
A celebration of life will be held at a later date. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.